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  1. Evolution of Communicative Flexibility: Complexity, Creativity, and Adaptability in Human and Animal Communication (Vienna Series in Theoretical Biology)
  2. The Strategy of the Genes: A Discussion of Some Aspects of Theoretical Biology by C. H. Waddington, Henrik Kacser, 1957
  3. Hydration Processes in Biology (Nato a S I Series Series a, Life Sciences) by M. Di Rienzo, France) NATO Advanced Study Institute on Hydration Processes in Biology: Theoretical and Experimental (1988 : Les Houches, 1999-01
  4. Biology, Sociology, Geology by Computational Physicists, Volume 1 (Monograph Series on Nonlinear Science and Complexity) by Dietrich Stauffer Master in Physics.Doctor of Science.Habilitation in Theoretical Physics., Suzana Maria Moss de Oliveira, et all 2006-04-17
  5. The Calculus of Selfishness: (Princeton Series in Theoretical and Computational Biology) by Karl Sigmund, 2010-01-24
  6. Chemical Aspects of the Autonomic Nervous System. Theoretical and Experimental Biology: An International Series of Monographs Volume 4 by D. J Triggle, 1965-01-01
  7. Theoretical Physics and Biology (Proceedings of The First International Conference on Theoretical Physics and Biology, Versailles, 26-30 June 1967)
  8. Theoretical and Mathematical Biology by Talbot H., Harold J. Morowitz, Eds. Waterman, 1965-01-01
  9. Mathematical Support for Molecular Biology: Papers Related to the Special Year in Mathematical Support for Molecular Biology 1994-1998 (Dimacs Series in ... and Theoretical Computer Science)
  10. Lindenmayer Systems: Impacts on Theoretical Computer Science, Computer Graphics, and Developmental Biology
  11. Towards a Theoretical Biology: Drafts v. 3
  12. The Weak Hydrogen Bond: In Structural Chemistry and Biology (International Union of Crystallography Monographs on Crystallography) by Gautam R. Desiraju, Thomas Steiner, 2001-08-09
  13. Systems Biology (Methods in Molecular Biology)
  14. Polyelectrolyte solutions,: A theoretical introduction (Molecular biology, an international series of monographs and textbooks) by Stuart Alan Rice, 1961

61. Theoretical Biology - Home < Biology < University Of Groningen
The Theoretical Biology group develops theory in two major research areas evolutionary ecology and selforganization. Current research projects focus on evolutionary game theory

62. Theoretical Biology, Philosophy Of Biology And Nearby Areas
A list of persons, institutes, research groups and journals within theoretical biology, philosophy and history of biology, and related areas of research.
Theoretical Biologists, Philosophers of Biology, Historians of Biology and scholars of Social Studies of Biology This page provides information about internet resources (persons, institutes, groups and journals) on research into the nature of the biological sciences, their theoretical foundations, general theoretical biology, and related areas of research. Please help to make this site as useful as possible! Persons Organizations Research groups and institutes Journals ... Other resources
The list is not meant to be complete or to indicate that a web page is a criterion of existence, it is simply meant as a useful information tool within this area. You are welcome to suggest additions to this list.
The categories given for each person are tentative, just to give an idea about main focus of research interests in: Theoretical Biology ( T ); Philosophy of Biology ( P ), History of Biology ( H ), or Social Studies of Biology ( S ). In most cases there will be considerable overlaps between fields of study so please do not take them too seriously! The sign [ ] indicate additional sites.

63. Theoretical Biology | Bukisa Topics
Theoretical Biology Theoretical biology is a field of academic study and research that involves the use of models and theories in biology. Initial scientific ef
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    Theoretical Biology
    Theoretical biology is a field of academic study and research that involves the use of models and theories in biology.
    Initial scientific efforts to understand complex biological phenomena, such as evolution by natural selection or human consciousness, can be described as theoretical "framework" approaches. The common use of this word throughout the biological literature has only recently culminated in a formal definition offered by Francis Crick and Christof Koch: (Wikipedia)
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    Read about the importance and functions of genes and chromosomes in the body.

64. James Dyke
University of Sussex. Daisyworld, gaia, mep, artificial life, theoretical biology, robotics and evolutionary theory.
Welcome to James Dyke's home page The University of Sussex Home Daisyworld Bibliography Publications Stuff ... Links Scientist: Someone who knows more and more about less and less until they know everything about nothing. Philosopher: Someone who knows less and less about more and more until they know nothing about everything.
This website is no longer updated as I am now working at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena, Germany.
As a member of the Biospheric Theory and Modelling Group my research interests are: Gaia, Daisyworld, thermodynamics, evolution and artificial life.
Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics, Department of Informatics, University of Sussex, BN19QH, Brighton, UK
I am currently a PhD student working in the within the . My supervisor is Inman Harvey and I hope to foster close working relationships with Tim Lenton and his Earth Systems Modelling group at the University of East Anglia. I am co-organiser of the NAME reading group and currently maintain the Daisyworld Bibliography and sites.

65. Theoretical Biology
Theoretical Biology Michael Lachmann The main interest of the group is understanding evolutionary phenomena associated with
Home Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology Contact Main Page ... Lab Meeting
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Michael Lachmann The main interest of the group is understanding evolutionary phenomena associated with evolutionary transitions of the selected units. Examples for such transitions include the evolution of multicellularity, the evolution of eusocial groups, such as ant and wasp colonies, the evolution of human culture, and the origin of Darwinian selection. Such transitions raise very interesting evolutionary questions, and we try to address some of them. Currently, we are working on the following directions: Evolution of differentiation Multicellular organisms follow a developmental plan leading them from the fertilized egg to an adult organism. Different cells in the adult can perform different functions, and express different genes. These are the different cell types that are part of the various tissues of the multicellular organism. Some of the questions that interst us are:

66. Andreas Herz
Professor at the Institute for Theoretical Biology, Humboldt University, Berlin. Main research interest is the dynamics and information processing in neural systems.

67. Theoretical Biology | TutorVista
On a theoretical basis Binary fission yields two identical cells but is prone for high rate of mutation. The process is very rapid and makes the bacteria to adopt

68. Jakob Von Uexküll Centre, Uexküll-Center, Uexküll-Zentrum
Research in biosemiotics, theoretical biology, philosophy of biology and fields bordering with them (e.g., ecosemiotics).
Postal address: Struve St. 2, P.O. BOX 43, TARTU, ESTONIA
E-MAIL j.v.uexkull*

69. ACS Publications - Cookie Absent
Review articles providing comprehensive and expert critical analysis in organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, theoretical, and biological chemistry.
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70. Science - Biology - Theoretical Biology - Directory
Science Central Science Biology - Theoretical Biology. Research combines computational biophysics and bioinformatics to aid in understanding the structural, physical, and

71. Giordano Bruno
Sharing theoretical biology, photography, and world news.
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72. Institut Für Neuroinformatik
Research in systems biophysics, theoretical biology and complex systems.
Startseite Institut Aktuelles Mitarbeiter Lehre Zusatzstudium ... Prof. Dr. Laurenz Wiskott Arbeitsgruppen Theoretische Verhaltenswissenschaft Theory of Neural Systems Prof. Dr. Laurenz Wiskott Neural Plasticity Lab ... Dr. Andrey Bogdanov
in Deutschland.
Theoretische Verhaltenswissenschaft
Das Ziel der Gruppe ist es, durch exemplarische Untersuchungen die Grundlagen für eine Theorie der "embodied cognition" zu legen.
Theory of Neural Systems
(Prof. Dr. Laurenz Wiskott)
This group focuses on principles of self-organization in neural systems, mainly the visual system but also the hippocampus. It also has a side track in signal processing, e.g. blind source separation.
Neural Plasticity Lab
(PD Dr. Hubert Dinse)
Gruppenseite ...
Organic Computing
Once fully developed, Organic Computing will be a conceptual framework, indeed a branch of science, that will form the basis for understanding the organic structure of Life on its molecular, organismic, cognitive and societal levels, and for building an organically structured information technology.
Optimierung adaptiver Systeme
(Jun.-Prof. Dr. Christian Igel)

73. Theoretical Biology | TutorVista | Web
Mathematical biology Mathematical biology is also called theoretical biology, and sometimes biomathematics. It includes at least four major subfields biological mathematical

74. Decomplexity - A Simple Business
Company offering an unusual service. Use, amongst other techniques, theoretical biology to help companies remodel their organisation.
Decomplexity - a simple business
What is it?
Responsive business
while at the same time
  • severs the connections between his or her business area and others such that the impact of his or her decisions on other areas is not unacceptably large
These two steps must happen together. If the first happens before the second, the business would be unstable. If the second happens before the first, the business would simply remain a slow-to-react decentralized business.
there are optimal values for K and C such that the business is as responsive as possible consistent with its hanging together as one business
The decomplexity process had its origins in evolutionary biology and the physics of avalanches (phase transitions), but was heavily influenced by problems encountered in the design of large and complex artefacts, notably computer systems and buildings. Computer software systems historically suffered from three distinct logical problems which were unrelated to the applications they were being used for:
  • they were large they were heterogeneous (most parts were unlike other parts; there is little which is repetitive in developing an operating system, unlike the construction of the many floors of a skyscraper or laying the rails of a railway)

75. Theoretical Biology & Bioinformatics
Utrecht University department of Biology Graduate School of Life Scienes Biology and Biocomplexity Theoretical Biology Bioinformatics. Research Education Bachelor
Utrecht University department of Biology Graduate School of Life Scienes Biology and Biocomplexity ... Agenda
Master track
The master track "Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics" builds on 30 years of bioinformatics research and teaching at Utrecht University. It is a special track within the more general biology master program Molecular and Cellular Life Sciences of the Graduate School of Life Sciences (GS-LS) at Utrecht University. Most of the master track is devoted to perform original research in Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics, and involves two large research projects in modeling and/or bioinformatics, and attending a number of courses given by our group, by the GS-LS, and/or by others. Research will be directed towards a certain biological topic, and good biological knowledge of that topic is required. Part of the research can also be done in a relevant experimental laboratory. Students in our master track will be trained in the conceptual and technical skills for doing research in Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics, and will be have to become familiar with the biology in their particular area of interest. The conceptual training includes identifying and formulating theoretical research topics, that are interesting and relevant, and critical evaluating published theoretical research. The technical training includes mathematics, pattern analysis, modeling and simulation. The student will learn not only to use existing methods to do novel research, but also to develop novel methods to do innovative research. This master track will prepare the participants for a PhD thesis in theoretical biology and/or bioinformatics in the participating groups or in other laboratories (experimental and theoretical).

76. Biologische Kybernetik
The Department for Biological Cybernetics at the University of Bielefed, Germany, is Focussed in the Research for Movement Control in Animals and Humans.
  • Research Teaching People Publications ... Biologische Kybernetik
    Lehrstuhl für Biologische Kybernetik
    Fakultät für Biologie
    Universität Bielefeld
    Universitätsstr. 25
    D-33615 Bielefeld
    Prof. Dr. Volker Dürr (Head)
    Fon: +49-(0)521-106 5528
    Kristina Römer (Secretary)
    Fon: +49-(0)521-106 5529 Fax: +49-(0)521-106 89010 e-mail:
    to the Department of Biological Cybernetics at the University of Bielefeld. We are a young, cross-disciplinary research group that combines approaches from behavioural physiology, electrophysiology, informatics and bionics. Our focus in research is on sensory-guided control of behaviour in insects and bio-inspired robotic systems . Our overall goal in science is to provide formal models of the mechanisms underlying the control of natural movement and action sequences The Department of Biological Cybernetics is part of the Center of Excellence in Cognitive Interaction Technology, CITEC , and also of the focus group on within the Faculty of Biology. The Department of Biological Cybernetics has been founded in 1980. The first head of department was Holk Cruse . In 2009, the lab was fundamentally restructured. It is now headed by

77. Theoretical Biology
Theoretical biology Modern biology is largely reductionistic, which means. the reduction of biology as a science to physics and chemistry, which has not yet been accomplished in
Theoretical biology
Modern biology is largely reductionistic, which means
  • the reduction of biology as a science to physics and chemistry, which has not yet been accomplished in reality, life is reduced to complex chemical and physical processes, and a living being is reduced to a complex aggregation of countless molecules.
Life is mostly seen as a complicated molecular phenomenon revolving around the axis of the miraculous molecule of DNA. Through such treatment, a living being as a whole loses its autonomy, which is clearly seen from the very prevalent selfish gene paradigm (see the World of Dawkins, Selfish Gene However, this is not the only possible and scientifically acceptable view of life. There is a challenging alternative, namely its organistic ( structuralistic ) concept. It may be understood as a theoretical framework that treats processes and structural elements in living organisms as an emergent entity with new qualities that are irreducible to its structural elements - a whole. This whole is seen as possessing properties and laws, which are impossible to derive or foretell just from knowing the properties and laws of its partial or elementary processes and structural elements. The organismic whole is thus autonomous. See Goodwin About genes ultraweak ). There are other research fields that prove a long range order in organisms, as for instance discovery of bands of colors when the living organism is exposed to polarized light in an unconventionally used polarization microscope, discovered by Mae Wan Ho.

78. Innovative Methods Of Computing - Andreas Deutsch Lab
Andreas Deutsch heads the theoretical biology research group at the Technische Universit t Dresden, which is interested in the development of mathematical models and simulation tools to detect organizational principles of selected biological systems.
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Head of the department is Andreas Deutsch Mission Our main research interest lies in the development of mathematical models and simulation tools to detect organizational principles of selected biological systems. We focus on "cellular systems" which possess a multitude of interaction possibilities whose cooperative interplay guarantees in particular the development of organismic forms. Disorders in cell interaction can imply diseases and malignant pattern formation (e.g. tumor growth). We work on concrete interdisciplinary projects on the basis of local, national and international cooperations. Important insights into function and regulation of biological systems can be expected from the linking of mathematical modeling and computational tools with biological/medical (in vitro, in vivo and field) data.
A further research field focuses on the exploitation of ideas inspired by self-organizing biological systems (e.g. immune system) for solving computing tasks (e.g. search for information) in dynamic technical and communication networks. Current Events Colmot 2010 The international workshop Statistical Physics and Biology of Collective Motion will take place November 8-12, 2010 in Dresden. It is coordinated by Guy Théraulaz, Tamas Vicsek and Andreas Deutsch.

79. Latest News
ESMTB European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology

80. Matrix Biology - Elsevier
Publishes studies utilizing most scientific technologies including molecular biology, cell biology, immunochemistry, structural biology, computational biology, theoretical biology, and macromolecular chemistry where the subject is extracellular matrix or is substantially related to matrix and its biological role.

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